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  1. This could indicate that investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices are not currently targeting EBAY. Over the last one-month, outflows of investor capital in ETFs holding ...

  2. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Amazon AMZN, Alibaba BABA and eBay EBAY. It should be no shock to hear that brick-and-mortar retailers are a dying breed. This store ...

  3. Bear Of The Day: J.C. Penney (JCP)

    Zacks via Yahoo FinanceMay 14 10:00 AM

    The retail industry has been struggling with brick-and-mortar stores closing at record rates. So far in 2019, roughly 6,000 stores have announced closures with only 2,641 new stores opening ...

  4. It should be no shock to hear that brick-and-mortar retailers are a dying breed. This store closure figure is expected to double by the end of the year, according to Coresight Research. In 2018 ...

  5. We'll use ROE to examine eBay Inc. (NASDAQ:EBAY), by way of a worked example. eBay has a ROE of 51%, based on the last twelve months. How Do You Calculate Return ...

  6. How Much Is an Idea Worth? In Uber’s Case, $3.7 Billion

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceMay 09 23:49 PM

    In the case of Uber Technologies Inc., the answer is $3.7 billion. With that haul, Camp could buy his hometown hockey team, the Calgary Flames, and probably still afford the seven other ...

  7. Bull Of The Day: J.C. Penney (JCP)

    Zacks via Yahoo FinanceMay 14 10:00 AM

    A once profitable growing retail chain is now a money pit of despair. This company looks to be headed for bankruptcy with its cash reserves dwindling down to nothing and free-cash-flow not able to stay positive. br/> ...

  8. Alibaba's Q4 Results On Tap Amid Escalating Trade War

    Benzinga via Yahoo FinanceMay 13 20:05 PM

    With its earnings release around the corner, Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) is among the companies with shares that have been taking a beating from the escalating tariff issue between ...

  9. Marshall Wace’s Latest Moves

    Insider Monkey via Yahoo FinanceMay 25 16:30 PM

    Back in 1997, Paul Marshall and Ian Wace launched their own hedge fund called Marshall Wace. The fund is headquartered in London, England while providing additional offices in New York, and ...

  10. Among the FANG stocks, managers were most bullish on Netflix, with Loeb, Coleman and Soros all adding to their stakes. Despite major trade war headlines, fund managers mostly ignored Apple in ...